New york times crossword answers

NYT crosswords 2022 11 27 Answers :

Across :

  • 1. Gambling spot? : PIP

  • 4. Chap : GENT

  • 8. Addis ___ : ABABA

  • 13. Pro response : YEA

  • 16. Bit of chicanery : JAPE

  • 17. ___ water (healthful drink) : ALOE

  • 18. Totally uncool : NOTOK

  • 19. Rock's Jethro ___ : TULL

  • 20. "You're gonna love this, I promise!" : ITLLBEFUN

  • 22. Urban area typically with the tallest buildings : INNERCITY

  • 24. Rocky road topping? : GRAVEL

  • 25. Length for a pregnancy : TERM

  • 27. Moneymaking venture : GIG

  • 28. LeBron James became one in 2018 : LAKER

  • 29. That's the spirit! : GENIE

  • 30. Highway network that famously has sections without a speed limit : AUTOBAHN

  • 32. Service recipient : CLIENT

  • 33. An ocean : LOTS

  • 34. Device dusted off to watch old home movies, maybe : VCR

  • 35. Flat-topped French hat : KEPI

  • 36. Ante alternative : BLIND

  • 37. Musician Brian : ENO

  • 38. Public court proceeding : OPENHEARING

  • 40. Many a bad Yelp review : RANT

  • 41. Luxuriate (in) : BASK

  • 42. They're not sciences : ARTS

  • 43. ___ Cannon, creator of the "Pitch Perfect" film series : KAY

  • 44. Fish sticks? : RODS

  • 48. Strength of character : GRIT

  • 50. "Me!" : IAM

  • 52. Compliment to a French chef : CESTSIBON

  • 54. Crackerjack : WHIZBANG

  • 56. Slack-jawed : AGAPE

  • 59. Automotive successor of the Bel Air : IMPALA

  • 60. Proudly embody, informally : REP

  • 61. What you're on when you're making progress : RIGHTTRACK

  • 64. Product sold on a rack, informally : MAG

  • 65. "Them's fightin' words!" : ITSWAR

  • 67. Set one's sights : AIMED

  • 68. Welcome center handouts : AREAMAPS

  • 70. Free of flaws, as a reputation : STAINLESS

  • 72. DiFranco of folk : ANI

  • 73. Sewer in American history : ROSS

  • 74. Hamlet's cousin : TOWN

  • 75. Music genre prefix : ALT

  • 76. Ideal engine sound : PURR

  • 79. Duel personalities? : FOES

  • 81. Like some memes : DANK

  • 83. Major concern for a meteorologist : SUPERSTORM

  • 85. The Bruins, on scoreboards : BOS

  • 88. Contents of a household box : FUSES

  • 89. Pasta whose name means "barley" in Italian : ORZO

  • 90. Startled scream : EEK

  • 91. Weight : HEFT

  • 92. Goes from one thing to another : MORPHS

  • 94. Purchase option for a dedicated fan : PREORDER

  • 96. Like dumbbells : DENSE

  • 97. Like Roma tomatoes : OVATE

  • 98. Something that may be sold by the yard : ALE

  • 99. The Nature Conservancy and World Wildlife Fund, e.g., in brief : NGOS

  • 100. Hate, hate, hate : LOATHE

  • 101. Certain juicing need : LEMONSQUEEZER

  • 104. Residential construction project : PAVEDROAD

  • 106. Deep shot, in hoops : TREY

  • 107. Weird : OUTRE

  • 108. Brother of Logan Roy on "Succession" : EWAN

  • 109. Has a meal : SUPS

  • 110. Urban grid: Abbr. : STS

  • 111. Tennis champ ___ Osaka : NAOMI

  • 112. Figs. first issued in 1936 : SSNS

  • 113. Summer on the Riviera : ETE

  • Down :

  • 1. Subscription platform for online content creators : PATREON

  • 2. "That is my intention" : IPLANTO

  • 3. Where the ilium and ischium are : PELVIS

  • 4. Inhabitant of Ireland or Scotland : GAEL

  • 5. Holiday helper : ELF

  • 6. Sign that you can't go back now? : NOUTURN

  • 7. Philosophical pillar : TENET

  • 8. ___ Arbor, Mich. : ANN

  • 9. Deep inhalation to get high : BONGHIT

  • 10. Ordered delivery, perhaps : ATEIN

  • 11. Hive mind of "Star Trek: TNG," with "the" : BORG

  • 12. National Dog Show org. : AKC

  • 13. ___ someone's yum (criticized a person's tastes, slangily) : YUCKED

  • 14. Discovery astronaut Ochoa : ELLEN

  • 15. With it : ALERT

  • 16. Shake a little : JIGGLE

  • 19. Amtrak booking : TRAINTRIP

  • 21. Worker with wax : BEE

  • 22. "Oof, what a day!" : IMBEAT

  • 23. Run-D.M.C.'s "You Be ___" : ILLIN

  • 26. Longtime co-host of the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade : ROKER

  • 30. Good Texas hold 'em hand : ACEKING

  • 31. Auto loan figs. : APRS

  • 32. Bit of roofing in Spanish-style architecture : CLAYTILE

  • 34. Biden and Harris, notably, in brief : VPS

  • 36. Underwire undergarments : BRAS

  • 38. Muffin makeup, maybe : OATBRAN

  • 39. Over-emoter : HAM

  • 41. Trade, informally : BIZ

  • 43. Star N.F.L. wide receiver Allen : KEENAN

  • 45. First family from Illinois : OBAMAS

  • 46. Exercise in a swimming pool : DOLAPS

  • 47. Grabs : SNAGS

  • 48. "___ Life" (1981 Rick James single) : GHETTO

  • 49. Tool for cutting wood along the grain : RIPSAW

  • 51. Scandalized : AGHAST

  • 52. Pro who gets many return customers? : CPA

  • 53. Bad makeup artist : SMEARER

  • 54. Spot for a band : WRIST

  • 55. High ways : AIRLANES

  • 56. Early stop at a casino, maybe : ATM

  • 57. Univ. senior's hurdle : GRE

  • 58. Funding : AID

  • 62. "___ but a scratch": oft-quoted Monty Python line : TIS

  • 63. Con artist : GRIFTER

  • 66. Chattering plastic teeth, for one : WINDUPTOY

  • 69. Rapper ___ Def : MOS

  • 71. Group with lodges : ELKS

  • 72. Part of E.T.A.: Abbr. : ARR

  • 76. 100% : PURE

  • 77. Allow for more high-density housing and mixed-use development, in urban planning lingo : UPZONE

  • 78. Company shake-up, for short : REORG

  • 80. Symbol of sturdiness : OAK

  • 82. Pallid : ASHEN

  • 83. Problem for a pitcher : SOREARM

  • 84. They have their ups and downs : SEESAWS

  • 85. With 86-Down, very upset ... like the answers to five of this puzzle's clues? : BENTOUT

  • 86. See 85-Down : OFSHAPE

  • 87. Grand mounts : STEEDS

  • 88. They go around at museums : FRAMES

  • 91. Coffin carrier : HEARSE

  • 92. Drops down? : MOLTS

  • 93. In no way hidden : OVERT

  • 94. It has only one-sixth of the mass of Earth's moon : PLUTO

  • 95. Goobers : DOPES

  • 96. Pentagon inits. : DOD

  • 98. Cousin of turquoise : AQUA

  • 100. Part of the eye that focuses light onto the retina : LENS

  • 102. Momma's boy : SON

  • 103. Big name in outdoor gear : REI

  • 105. Jones of CNN : VAN

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